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The Pope of Greenwich Village ()


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Two cousins unknowingly rob the mob and face the dangerous consequences.

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Paulie
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Charlie
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Diane
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Mrs. Ritter
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Barney
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Pete
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Burns
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Bed Bug Eddie
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Bunky
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Paulie's Father
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Nunzi
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Jimmy the Cheese Man
Tony DiBenedetto ...
Ronnie
Ronald Maccone ...
Nicky
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Nora
Thomas A. Carlin ...
Walsh
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Fat Waldo
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Mel
John Bentley ...
Summons Man
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1st Inspector
Rik Colitti ...
Barber
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Ginty
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Tommy Botondo
Gerard Murphy ...
Garber (as Gerry Murphy)
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Bartender at Sal's
Peter Conti ...
Waiter at Sal's
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Frankie
Clem Caserta ...
Eating Man at Sal's (as Clement Caserta)
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1st Crew Chief
Claude Vincent ...
Bartender at Lime House
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Waitress at Country Inn
Randall Edwards ...
Hat Check Girl
Bo Smith ...
Terry the Groom
Jacques Sandulescu ...
Chef
Ed DeLeo ...
Anthony
José Angel Santana ...
Bus Boy (as José Santana)
Samuel G. Laken ...
Vinny
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Cooky
Tina Vaughn ...
Dancer
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Stickball Player
Joan Shangold ...
Police Woman
Henry Yuk ...
Assistant Cook
Felix Pitre ...
Restaurant Helper
James Bulleit ...
Cashier
Paul Austin ...
Toll Booth Attendant
William Duell ...
Toll Booth Attendant
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Cab Driver (uncredited)
Tony Imbesi ...
Guy at Horse Track (uncredited)
Carlotta Schock ...
Flirty Restaurant Client (uncredited)
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Studio Dancer (uncredited)
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Stickball Player (uncredited)

Directed by

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Stuart Rosenberg

Written by

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Vincent Patrick ... (novel)
 
Vincent Patrick ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Gene Kirkwood ... producer
Hawk Koch ... producer (as Howard W. Koch Jr.)
Benjamin Rosenberg ... associate producer

Music by

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Dave Grusin

Cinematography by

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John Bailey ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Robert Brown

Editorial Department

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Donn Aron ... assistant editor
Elizabeth Kling ... assistant editor
Barry B. Leirer ... assistant editor (as Barry Leirer)
Bruce Pearson ... color timer

Casting By

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Bonnie Timmermann

Production Design by

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Paul Sylbert

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George DeTitta Sr. ... (as George DeTitta)

Costume Design by

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Joseph G. Aulisi

Makeup Department

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Joseph Coscia ... hair stylist
Allen Weisinger ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Joseph M. Caracciolo ... production manager (as Joseph Caracciolo)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Joe Napolitano ... first assistant director (as Joseph Napolitano)
Lawrence Tetenbaum ... second unit director
Robert E. Warren ... second assistant director (as Robert Warren)
Lewis Gould ... second second assistant director (uncredited)
Jay Tobias ... dga trainee (uncredited)

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Jeanette D'Ambrosio-Sylbert ... assistant: Mr. Sylbert (as Jeanette D'Ambrosio)
John Oates Jr. ... property master (as John P. Oates)
Gerald DeTitta ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Jay M. Harding ... re-recording mixer
David J. Kimball ... re-recording mixer
Bruce Lacey ... sound editor
Howard Neiman ... sound editor
David Pettijohn ... sound editor
James Sabat ... sound mixer
Gregory H. Watkins ... re-recording mixer

Stunts

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Bill Anagnos ... stunt player (as William Anagnos)
Alex Stevens ... stunt coordinator
Gene Harrison ... stunt double: Kenneth McMillan (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Don Biller ... second assistant camera
Jack Brown ... first assistant camera
James 'Packy' Dolan ... chief lighting technician: New York (as James E. Dolan)
Louis Goldman ... still photographer
Tom Priestley Jr. ... camera operator (as Tom Priesley)
Ed Quinn ... key grip: New York
Billy Kerwick ... dolly grip (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jennifer Nichols ... wardrobe supervisor
James Roberts ... wardrobe supervisor

Location Management

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David A. Starke ... location manager (as David Starke)
Brett Botula ... location assistant (uncredited)

Music Department

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Harry V. Lojewski ... music supervisor
William Saracino ... music editor
Dave Grusin ... conductor (uncredited) / music adaptor (uncredited) / music arranger (uncredited)

Other crew

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Gui Andrisano ... choreographer
Sal Anthony ... technical advisor
Howard Brandy ... unit publicist
Kevin Breslin ... assistant: Mr. Rosenberg
Kay Chapin ... script supervisor
Shelley Kirkwood ... unit publicist
Sheryl Main ... assistant: Mr. Rosenberg
Jane Raab ... production office coordinator
Jodi B. Rappaport ... assistant to producer
Barry Rosenbush ... assistant to producer
Kevin King ... payroll accountant (uncredited)
Jim Lau ... adr voice group (uncredited)

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James Hayden ... dedication: Mickey Rourke's performance
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Charlie and his troublesome cousin Paulie decide to steal $150000 in order to back a "sure thing" race horse that Paulie has inside information on. The aftermath of the robbery gets them into serious trouble with the local Mafia boss and the corrupt New York City police department. Written by Grant Hamilton

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Also Known As
  • Village Dreams (Europe, English title)
  • Le pape de Greenwich Village (France)
  • Der Pate von Greenwich Village (Germany)
  • Sed de poder (Spain)
  • Le pape de Greenwich Village (Canada, French title)
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Runtime
  • 121 min
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Budget $8,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $1,544,624, 24 Jun 1984

Did You Know?

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Trivia Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, Geraldine Page was on screen in only two scenes, with a total running time of approximately eight minutes. When Page was Oscar nominated, she became the first woman to receive seven nominations without a win, a feat also achieved by actors Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole. She would finally win an Oscar on her eighth nomination the next year for The Trip to Bountiful (1985). See more »
Goofs During the attempt to break into the safe, Charlie looks down into the elevator shaft. The pov shot shows Bunky's body on the girders below, before he fell in the shaft. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Speaking Parts (1989). See more »
Soundtracks Summer Wind See more »
Quotes Paulie: Charlie! They took my thumb!
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